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Fabulous music but dissapointing that aside from the CD insert, such wonderful work doesn't warrant sufficient effort to actually name the tracks on the CD. On my PC, laptop and hi-fi (and so on my MP3 player too) only the first track has a title. The remainder are Track 2, Track 3 etc. Which means the sublimely beautiful O magnum mysteium - which reduced me to tears every time - is titled 'Track 17'. Not really what Lauridsen had in mind when he wrote it. Whoever put this package together at the record company should be sacked. The composer on the other hand should be raised to a God-like status with the power to direct lightning strikes with which to eternally torment the idiot who did it.
The music on this CD is really lovely. Lauridsne is a wonderful composer of chorla music. I have sung the title track with my local choir. it is my favourite track of the album, it is peaceful and worshipful. All the other tracks are different but equally good. It's a great album